Anticipated Benefits of the Plan
I. By holding no fewer than 12 meetings with the public and conferring three times with the Council of Indigenous Peoples, the emphasis is placed on the idea of customer first and the importance of public opinion, which effectively improves the quality of service.
II. Visitor safety is ensured by maintaining the safetly of the facilities and conducting no fewer than four environmental health inspections.
III.Promotion of ecological tourism activities, monitoring of the environment, conducting of eco-tourism training for civil associations, enhancement of the visitors’ recreational experiences, and reduction of the impact on the environmental.
IV. The park may provide visitors with high-quality information and attain eco-tourism objectives at the same time by conducting no fewer than 40 ecological lectures and eco-tourism activities, such as “Appointments with the National Park”.
V. The production of at least 10 informative, recreational, and mountaineering safety guidebooks and mementos, with interesting environmental and recreational service information, allows the park to reach its environmental education objectives.
VI. Updated information, providing the public with interesting and informative tourism experiences, can be seen on the improved, multilingual information signs on the hiking paths.
VII. The public will be more informed through the construction of bilingual facilities, compilation of no fewer than six bilingual publications, and increase of bilingual information signs to more than 93%.
VIII. Retraining of guides and volunteer guides and conservation workers not less than five times, enhancement of their explanatory skills, introduction of new concepts and conservation ideas, and completion of the environmental education of the new century.
IX. The implementation of conservation patrols against illegal hunting will more effectively protect the animals, plants, other natural resources, and the environment of the park.
X.The refitting of hiking trails and repair of suspension bridges and wooden walkways establish a humane mountaineering environment, and furthers the effective promotion of eco-tourism activities.
XI.Research into biodiversity conservation, calling of not less than four meetings of the Biodiversity Work Group, and maintenance of the biodiversity and natural environment of the park.
XII.completion of the biodiversity census in the east, west and south of the park and the high mountain ecosystem, establishment of a biodiversity database and collection of information on the environmental resources in the park for academic exchange.
XIII. The monitoring of foreign plants the changes in the ecology will help promote the restoration of the ecosystem and enhance the management of biodiversity.
XIV. Application of ecological engineering methods in all engineering projects within the parkwill reduce interference of the ecological environment and achievethe goals ecological conservation and engineering construction at the same time.